POS Mining

Comprehensive Guide to PoS Mining: What you need to know

Mining in cryptocurrency is the process of securing and verifying transactions (called blocks) along the blockchain. Cryptocurrency mining (also called crypto-mining); helps to maintain network security by ensuring that, only valid blocks are recorded on the digital ledger. Participants in...

/ March 11, 2018
Mt Gox Crash Bitcoin Price

Red Number Day: The Shadow of Mt Gox Strikes, Bitcoin Price Tanks

In what seems to be an almost never ending chain of FUD, today turned out to be another serious “red number day” for cryptocurrency. A few culprits have been accused of causing most of the dips, the biggest of which...

/ March 9, 2018
0x Protocol

Introduction to 0x: A Decentralized Exchange Platform for ERC20 Tokens

Exchanges may be a necessary evil in the world of cryptocurrency. If they are famous for one thing though, it’s for getting hacked. If they are famous for a second thing, it’s probably terrible customer service. The concept of a...

/ March 9, 2018

Worldwide Asset Exchange: Comprehensive Review of WAX

In addition to logistics, charity, and medicine, the gaming industry is also well poised to utilise the benefits of blockchain technology. The world of online gaming is set to be disrupted as industry pioneers use the blockchain in order to...

/ March 8, 2018
Ethos Launches new Mobile Wallet

Ethos Review: Project to Launch New Mobile Wallet – Is it Worth a Look?

An interesting new cryptocurrency project has appeared and is aiming itself at creating a mobile wallet and a currency. It will hypothetically aid mass adoption of cryptocurrency if successful. That project is called Ethos. Not to be confused with the...

/ March 6, 2018
BTC Global Ponzi Scheme

BTC Global: Another Cautionary Tale of a Typical Ponzi Scheme

When most people think of cryptocurrency Ponzi schemes, the Bitconnect saga usually comes to mind. They laugh at the ridiculous characters and scratch their heads at the numerous investors who lost despite countless warnings. Yet, down in South Africa there...

/ March 6, 2018
NeoGas Earn NEO

NeoGas – What You need to Know to Earn Returns on NEO

Most cryptocurrencies and digital assets today operate one native token or coin, each. For instance, on the bitcoin network, the only asset of value is bitcoin (BTC) itself. This is also generally true on most smart contract platforms like Ethereum...

/ March 5, 2018
RDoS Memcache Crytpo Ransom

The Latest Crypto Ransom Threat, Coming to a Server Near You

There has been extensive attacks that make use of malware and file encryption to extract monetary ransoms. Hackers will lock up important files on the machines of the victims and demand a payment in cryptocurrency. Now it seems as if...

/ March 4, 2018
What is ByteBall?

What is ByteBall? The Cryptocurrency With No Blockchain

Byteball is an interesting project that many in the Bitcoin community may have heard of recently. This is because the ByteBall coins were distributed to Bitcoin holders during 2017 in a proportion to how much they held. Something else that...

/ March 3, 2018
Syscoin Review

Syscoin Review: The First Fully Decentralised Marketplace

As cryptocurrencies move closer to gaining mainstream acceptance, their interaction with e-commerce platforms should prove to be vital. There have been rumblings that online retail giants Amazon and Ebay are looking at the possibility of allowing Bitcoin payments on their...

/ March 2, 2018